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Professor’s Punts Review

Professor’s Punts is a new horse racing tipster service that follows a mathematical approach and has been allegedly created by Professor Malcolm King.

What does the product offer?

According to the promotional material for Professor’s Punts, this is the horse racing tipster service that you have been waiting for. Each day Professor Malcolm King says that he will issue the same tips that he bets upon that have allowed him to escape the rat race (and by all accounts, become a millionaire). All of this sounds fantastic as Professor’s Punts comes with no risk of losing money or working anything complicated out. All you will need is less than 3 minutes per day to place the bets. Actual information on Professor’s Punts is actually rather scarce with no information provide on what kinds of bets you will be placing or what staking plan Professor Malcolm King recommends.

The only thing that does get pushed down your throat is a claimed 98% accuracy rate however there is no proofing supplied to this effect which is ultimately rather disappointing given the “fact” that the selection process has been in place throughout a substantial chunk of 2014.

How does the product work?

According to the sales material for Professor’s Punts the whole thing is based around a very specific scientific formula that Professor Malcolm King identified simply whilst watching a race at Ascot. As a claimed professor of mathematics at Reading University with a PhD in the subject he says that he was able to quickly discern that there was a pattern to the winners. From here he developed this into an algorithm (referred to as the HRX1 method in the advertising emails) which is ultimately the foundation of Professor’s Punts.

What is the initial investment?

Professor’s Punts is being sold for a one time cost of £19.99. This comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee too as the service is sold through Clickbank.

What is the rate of return?

This is at the centre of all advertising for Professor’s Punts with Professor Malcolm King allegedly now worth well in excess of £1 million in one to two years (he mentions that he started betting in 2014 but doesn’t specify when). He also says that Professor’s Punts will make at least £60,000 per month.

Conclusion

It is difficult to find somewhere to start picking apart something like Professor’s Punts because there is so much that is questionable it is unreal. Let’s start with the “evidence” of earnings. There are a few questionable looking screenshots showing £846,991.56 in a Betfair account and a further £432,971 in another betting account.

I feel that I must once again point out that there is no proofing to this effect. There is also the matter of the strike rate which is frankly unbelievable. There is simply no conceivable pattern that can be identified in horse racing that can consistently produce this kind of strike rate, not even in lay betting.

There is also the fact that “Professor Malcolm King’s” picture is actually of another professor at Reading University who does happen to specialise in maths (but is definitely not the same man). I could go on and on but the fact is that Professor’s Punts is very unlikely to work. If you are desperate to give it a whirl there is the money back guarantee in place but I think that personally, I would be inclined to not waste my time on this.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts